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Herald also devotes several columns to the privateer "Jeff. Davis," whose prizes are valued at $225,000." This trim little craft has had the audacity, it seems, to run way up amongst the Nantucket Shoals, and has of course created much excitement among the Yankees on that coast. The Herald's Newport correspondent gives the following account of the privateer's operations: Capture of the brig John Welsh. The John Welsh, Capt. Fifield, left Trinidad, Cuba, on the 22d of June, for Falmouth, England, having on board a cargo of 300 hogsheads and 475 boxes of sugar. She is owned in Philadelphia, principally by John Welsh, Esq., after whom she is named, and was chartered in Trinidad by a Spanish firm, the owners of the sugar. The voyage until Saturday, July 6, was made without the occurrence of any noteworthy incident, when, about 6 o'clock on the morning of that day, and while the vessel was off Hatteras, and a little to the east of the Gulf Stream, a brig was discovered ahead, sh